The Rubicon

It’s a pandemic; don’t worry about grades

Everyone seems to be handling the challenges of this pandemic differently. And that’s okay.

Colin Will, Opinions Editor

May 27, 2020

Everyone seems to be handling the challenges of this pandemic differently. And that’s okay.

[TOP PICKS] Find the perfect study spot (and hot drink)

There are countless cafes around the cities, but here are a few near the school that offer a setting for focus.

Tana Ososki, RubicOnline

January 18, 2020

Sitting at a small table at a locally owned coffee shop, putting the phone aside, and focusing on what you hope to accomplish can make homework a lot more enjoyable.

Bai balances life on the rink and in the classroom

Andrew Bai competes with his sister, Annie Bai, in figure skating competitions. “We [my sister and I] can connect slightly better than other pairs, as siblings,” he said. Bai won gold at the Midwestern Figuring Skating Sectional Championships in November.

Levi Smetana, Staff Writer

December 15, 2019

Andrew Bai uses unconventional methods to try to stay on top of figure skating and schoolwork.

Advisors should teach study skills

Advisors should teach study skills

Tommy Stolpestad, Staff Writer

February 25, 2018

If part of advisory was learning study skills, every student would have lower stress and more success.

Two Sides, One Issue: Caffeine helps students achieve success

Caffeine helps students feel more productive and energized which allows them to achieve more, not only in school but also in life.

Melissa Nie, Staff Writer

March 8, 2017

Caffeine is beneficial to its users when taken in moderate amounts.

Local libraries remain prevalent for student research

The first floor of Minneapolis Central Library

Kat St. Martin-Norburg, Staff Writer

February 2, 2017

The resources of three different Twin Cities libraries offer students an alternative to online research.